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deal in the works could keep u.s. troops in afghanistan longer than prised. >>> and a new trend called knockout game is putting unsuspecting victims in serious danger. >>> plus, 29 new satellites and harrowing rescue for hikers just in time. >>> and former president george w. bush explains why he stopped by jay leno last night. >> i mean, you're about to head out to pasture. just wanted to see what you look like before you got to the gate. >> well, thank you. >> "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for wednesday, november 20th. >>> good morning. i'm paige hopkins. breaking news overnight, a leer jet crashes off the coast of florida, killing at least two people. it happened three miles off the coast of ft. lauderdale late tuesday. four people were on board, including two pilots. two bodies have been recovered. the coast guard found the wreckage 45 minutes after the initial report. officials say a preliminary indication is that it was a medical flight. >> obviously, this is an active and ongoing search and rescue, and we would like to extend our thoughts an
of us that fly each year. passengers will now be able to use smart phones, tablets, and ereaders on board. that includes during takeoff and landing as long as everything is in airplane mode, but you still won't be able to use your phone to make calls or send text messages during flight. the faa says airlines must prove their planes won't be affected by the rule change and many are clamoring to be the first. >>> the new york police department's controversial stop and frisk policy is back in the news. a federal appeals court has put a stop to the major overhaul of the program. in august the judge ruled the practice violated civil rights, but the decision late thursday keeps it going for now. opponents contend the stop and frisk unfairly targets minorities while police say it's vital for security. the judge who struck down the policy is off the case. the appeals court says she, quote, improperly steered the case to her bench. >>> major bombshells are revealed about the 2012 presidential election in the soon-to-be-released book "double down." it's the sequel to "game change."
he can help victims at home. >>> and the u.s. sends a mighty message to china using massive b-52s. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for wednesday, november 27th. >>> good morning to you. i'm richard lui. that monster storm, watches and warnings are posted in 20 states up and down the east coast. straight to nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning to you. we can now add most miserable to most busy, if that were a word. >> people sitting at airports, waiting for their flights to go. >> hate it. >> what happens on the east coast, they say the ripple effect. we'll find out if there is a ripple effect all the way to the west coast. significant airport delays that are developing up there in the northeast from philadelphia to new york city. rain is clearing florida, so miami you look like you'll be okay. temperatures continue to fall. it's still very windy. the worst of the airport delays will be up here in new england. anyone traveling to or from those locations, significant delays the first half of today, better the second half of today. airport d
the president. >>> and using play time to encourage girls to become engineers. "early today" starts right now. >>> this is "early today" for friday, november 22. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. 50 years ago the nation lost its 35th president when john f. kennedy was struck down by an assassin's bullet. jackie kennedy to steal the spot light among the excited crowds. brian williamsrt >> reporter: at the third texas stop in fort worth even though it was late and raining people lined the streets to see them. the kennedy's spent their last night together at hotel texas. the next morning the president emerged to greet a crowd of 5,000 outside. >> i appreciate you being here this morning. mrs. kennedy is organizing herself. >> reporter: and when she appeared mrs. kennedy made a stunning entrance wearing the now-famous pink chanel suit, white gloves. >> i am the man who accompanied mrs. kennedy to paris. i am getting somewhat that same sensation around texas. nobody wonders whathnson and i >> reporter: the hat industry complained he was turning other men against it. that day he was given a
continue the mainstream bipartisan tradition that has served us so well over the last decade. >> mcauliffe's victory means it is the first time virginia has elected a governor from the same party of the sitting president in decades. >>> now to new jersey. chris christie touted bipartisanship. last night he spoke to supporters on what sounded like a kickoff to a presidential run. >> the biggest thing i have learned over the last four years about leadership is that leadership is much less about talking than it is about listening. i know if we can do this in trenton, new jersey, maybe the folks in washington, d.c., should tune in their tvs right now and see how it is done. >>> next to new york city where voters elected the first democratic mayor in a generation. bill de blasio beat republican joseph lhota. he called his campaign a progressive one. calling a tax to fund pre-k. there is something new yorkers will have to get used to, he is a devout red sox fan. yeah, i said that. >>> speaking of boston, state representative marty walsh will become that state city's 48th mayor. the democr
is just ginning to revealtself as thousands a feared dead and u.s. relief efforts are under way. >>> we honornd thank the members of our military and families. many of whom are working on efforts around the world. and bizarre as miley m have better days ahead. >>> and incognito reveals his side of the dolphins bullying saga. this special edition of "early today" starts rit now. >>nnouncer: this is "early today" for monday, november 11th. >>> good morning tyou. i'm bet nguyen. we start with devastation in the philippines. right w, there say humanitarian crisis of gigantic proportions with thousan fearedead. wis of 200 miles per hr battered islds for 48 hours straight. nbc's ian williams joins us from manila with the very lest. ian,ood morning. >> reporter: rescueorkers are still struggling to reach some of the isolated communities that were worst-hit by the typhoon. they have arriv in tacban. authorities estimatehat perhs 10,000 people died. it's hard to say for sure. the official dea toll is still just over 250, but that is certain to rise, as officis, as rescue works, start to reach me
joi us live from manila. good morning. what progress is being made? reporter: good morning, richard. aid iseginning to flow, but it is frustratingly sl, unbelined by reports of fresh looting, a few mil up the coast from tacloban. that left eight people dead when a wa collapsed. we believe that mht have been the result of a stampe, desperate people wanting to get their hands on that rice. the government is on the fensive. emergency response offials saying today ty are doing their st,laming the ser volume of debris for holding em up. they also said they expect the fl of aid to improve fro now on. they also said that there is now a curfew in place in taclan in order to improve the law and order tuation. for eir part, the u.s marines are going to bring in equipment to enable the airport in taclan to operate4 hours a day, whichill help enormoly. on t other hand, weeard that the u.s.s. george washingto on its way here, aircraft, 5,0 personnel in amphibious landing vehiclesn board has been delayed. this aid effort just getting under wa and the needs are enormous. richard? >> i williams, th
gear up for their thanksgiving travel. nbc meteorologist bill karins joins us now with the latest. bill, what is it looking like? >> well the problem is in texas this morning. they move all the way to the east coast through thanksgiving. the worst, dallas-ft. worth metroplex area, at 32. the sleet and freezing rain continues through the morning commute. the temperature will go above freezing later today but not in time to prevent a treacherous morning commute there. and now watch it expand up to the north. this blue line, by the way, is the freezing line. now, it's starting to take us up to areas of eastern oklahoma. on the edge of that sleet and rain on the south. okay in louisiana. where does it go after this? as we go into the afternoon hours, the heavy rain will move off the gulf. the storm will begin to develop in the gulf of mexico. it will end the ice storm in texas. we'll watch it expand in arkansas, possibly in tennessee. heavy travel today, i-10, i-20 will be mostly rain. again, the worst of it today, the dallas-ft. worth area, just treacherous conditions. >> thanks, bill. and
winds now. this will be aategory one storm. tom costello takes us inside the storm. >>> plus winteblast. for the central and eastern u.s. >>also, dashcam video captures a hoific fall. >>> and why these photos of kate middleton are causing a stir. "early today" star right now. >>> this is "early today" for tuesday, nember 12th. >>> go morning. i'm betty nguyen. we begin in the phippines where it is going fromad to woe. this morning nearly 2,000 people just days aft that devastating typhoon, ts morni neay 1,200 people are confirmed dead. officials warn tt number could climb to more than 10,000. and it's now a race against time to help survivors. the "uss george washington" is on its way. on board, dozens of american ilors and more than 80 aircraft. nbc's ian william joins us from mala. goodorning, ian. >> reporter: good morning. the presidential pale this rning have been at pains to emphasize they a doing all they can to sedily get help to those affected areas. a presidentialpokesperson sang that aid waseing spatched and that communations are being restored. he said that noby would be for
nbers to challenge thr party's leader, th president. nbc's tracie pos stas us off in washington tracie, how i the white house handlinghe obama carexchange numbers coming in? >> reporr: well, the reality is settling in, richard. and they realize that no one's happy with this, not the critics, the predent or the white house. as you noted now, not even pporters, democrats who have been behind the health law. today the whiteouse gets an earful from senate democrats. >> nobody who supports health care reform and supports suessful implementation of the fordable care act is sisfied th what we've seen out of the website. >> reporter: president obama continues to reassure americans. >> we're working overtime to make se the law works the way it's supposed to. >> reporter: b with less than 27,000 peoe signedp for health insurance through the federalebsite a 106,000 overall, republican critics insist it's time tstart over. >> i'm goingo give it a grade. this was a "f." >> reporter: lawmake say their phones are ringing off theook th constituents whoay the website's not the onl prlem. >> called this
the nuclear option thrilling the president. >>> and using play time to encourage girls to become engineers. "early today" starts right now. >>> this is "early today" for friday, november 22 pdnd. >>> good morning. i'm richard lui. 50 years ago the nation lost its 35th president when john f. kennedy was struck down by an assassin's bullet. today's anniversary impacts americans coast the coast. for dallas, it will be the first time they officially mark the anniversary of the assassination. leanne gregg is with us this morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm in dealey plaza. today, cold temperatures and howling winds. but thousands of people are expected to show up to honor the president's legacy. >> the president's car is turning on to elm street. >> reporter: these iconic images provide a mental snapshot and remain haunting a half century later. >> several shots were fired. >> there was a bang. we all said, what was that? was that a shot? then two more closer together. >> reporter: robert macneal was a reporter assigned to cover the president's visit to dallas. >> i thought some idiot fired
both sides. tracie potts joins us with the latest. there's news on the resignation on the rollout team, what's being made of that? >> tony trinkle, the top chief technology officer at health and human services is leaving as of next friday. next week will be his last day. he's going into the private sector, already replaced for now by someone on the inside. as they get ready to roll out more money from the health law. today the white house is announcing $150 million in grants to community health centers to treat more than a million new patients, part of the health law that president obama says has him frustrated because the website to buy insurance isn't working properly. >> this is like having a really good product in the store and the cash registers don't work and there aren't enough parking spots. >> he chided texas for not supporting the law, texas has more uninsured than any other state. >> they're leaving a million people right now without health insurance that they could immediately fix. >> people's lives depend on this. >> reporter: on capitol hill, health and human services sec
've identified him as 20-year-old richard shoop. ron allen is outside the mall. ron, what can you tell us? >> reporter: alex, this is that nightmare scenario that so many people fear at a mall. 9:30 at night just before the mall was about to close, there are reports of a gunman opening fire. a number of witnesses we talked to said that they heard four, five, six shots. the gunman was dressed in black clothing wearing a motorcycle helmet. police have identified him as a 20-year-old man from the area named richard shoop, unemployed, unclear what his motive was other than suicide, police said. he had the opportunity to shoot at people, but authorities say he did not. he shot randomly in the air at other property, but he did not try to kill anyone. they found his body some six hours later deep in part of the mall that's inaccessible to the public, a back area that was under skrukdconstruction. a self-inflicted shot to his head. everyone breathing a big sigh of relief because this could have been so much worse. no one else was injured. alex, back to you. >> ron allen, thanks. >>> now to the la
lauer and if the move can ve his credibility. tracie potts joins us le from shington. good morng, tracie. we're all aing, where do we go from here? >> reporter: well, first we've got to figure out what to do withhese 5illion peoe whose insurance polics have been cancelled or are being cancelled. do they get to hd on tohem forever? for a ye? as t president suggested. do ty get to hold on to them atll or have to try to find a new weren't on the troubled health website that may cost more this has been a rky llout for the president's health re plan and he apologized again for that on thursday. >>e should have done aetter job getting at right on day one. not on day 28 or on y 40. i am confident that by the time weook back on this next year, that people are going to say, thiss workingwell, and it's helping a lot of people. >> reporter: and to g there the presint is suggestshat people that had tse plans canceled can hold to them for a year but insurance companies would have to compare and contract what they would good unr obama care. not enough time, plus if those peopletay on cheaper planshe
. of the year and 48 million of us are expected to hit the roads and take to the air this week. sarah joins us from chicago o'hare's international airport. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. believe it or not, the number of people traveling this year is actually slightly down compared to last year, but the nasty weather means things will be crowded as ever at airports and on the road. before the crowd has left home, the wallop of weather has stranded passengers and making for dangerous driving conditions and mother nature is not done yet. >> the weather is not going to clear until after thursday, and unfortunately, that's after all of the major travel has supposed to have occur. >> reporter: it will undoubtedly affect millions of people headed to wisconsin. >> waterloo, iowa. >> reporter: to celebrate with loves oned. wednesday and sunday are predicted to be the two busiest travel days of the season, with l.a.x. and chicago o'hara among the two busiest airports. officials recommend arriving two hours early for domestic flights and three hours for international. >> do everything you can b
>> that's all for now. i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. >>> good monday morning. here's what's coming up on "early today." thanksgiving getaway week being met with severe weather and cold temperatures, along with hundreds of canceled flights. >>> a historic deal with iran leads to optimism around the globe. israel's netanyahu condemns the plan. >>> a hot night r taylor swift and justin timberlake at the american music awards along with a giant kitty cat from miley cyrus. that and much more as "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for monday, november 25th. >>> good morning. it's nice to see you. a deadly winter system shaping up to be a holiday nightmare. parts of the country setting records over the weekend. it's all part of a giant system moving east just as 43 million americans gear up for their thanksgiving travel. nbc meteorologist bill karins has been watching that for us. good morning, bill. >> a lot of people traveling and airport problems and everyone that's dealt with the storm in the west, you know what's heading to the east. the winds
i'm lester holt. thanks for joining us. >>> good morning, everybody. hope you had a great thanksgiving. coming up on "early today" -- the black friday shopping is underway. clearly not for the feint of heart. we have bargain hunting strategies you want to hear. >>> the giant balloons took flight and so did thankful hear >>> an update on what would be the world's largest floating city. a mile long. schools, a park, an airport, and room for 50,000 residents. >>> and space x-box. elon musk calls it off. >>> and the motor city wins a big one on a nasty weather day. "early today" starts right now. >>> this is "early today" for friday, november 29th. >>> good morning everyone. i'm t.j. holmes. while many of you were enjoying family and friends and a good meal, a lot of your neighbors ate quickly. so they could get out and be a part of this madness. look at this line. macy's in atlanta. and this one from a mall near houston. black friday started more than 12 hours ago and the day is just a few hours old. and nbc's jay gray is out with some of the shoppers at the mall of america.
police officers are using stun guns on themselves. today is the day for that icy comet to com in contact with the sun, and own a piece of rock 'n' roll history. bruce springsteen's "born to run." "early today" starts right now. 7500 bitcoins into a landfill where that 7.5 million will lay >> good morning, everybody and happy thanksgiving to you. i'm betty nguyen. after days of treacherous travel for so many, the holiday is finally here. we'll have more on that in a moment. but first, all eyes are on the stars this thanksgiving morning. of course those 16 balloons flying in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. but the weather system that snarled holiday travel is not over. and it has many wondering if snoopy and others will even get off the ground. nbc's jay gray is live along the parade route in new york city. good morning, happy thanksgiving. will it be happy for those looking to see those balloons in the air? >> reporter: hey there, good morning. so far, so good, betty, and a happy thanksgiving to you. let's look at the balloons you're talking about, snoopy in the background, one of the
, illinois. i'm jay gy. >> sunrise is in about an ho bill karins joins us now. th is a major occurrence. >>f this happened in the middle of spring we would say it happen in thatart of the country. thiss m nember and far north. if we get tornadoes in n they are usually to the south a not here in rthern illinois. 81 tornado reports but roughly about 40 or so when it is sd and done. the hail reports were many and wind repor wide spread. the storm started about noon i illinois and then red atbout 65 miles p hour. exing areasround boston, riard. this storm system, the daging windsre fished. >> bill karins will be back wit more weather across the country. >>> video here shows the per the storm rge. survors are gting help. >> it's stil as croed inside as it was the oer day. a long line of patients. but a far cry from what we saw last time. >> you have your supplies. >> reporter: even a solar ee ee powered refrigerator has arrive >> hundreds of thousandsf homes were destroyed in the storm. >>> to washington d less than two weeks from the promised date to fixhe hethcare.gov. tracie potts is ve this m
provided health records and there were no concerns. >>> all right, so perhaps you saw us on sunday, as the spectacular solar eclipse which was visible for about 30 minutes right after sunrise in the eastern united states. this was a rare hybrid which happens only once in 160 years. it began as an annual ring of fire eclipse. that shifted to a total eclipse. dylan dreyer joins us. did you see it? >> i didn't. it was cloudy in new york, so even if i knew it was happening, i wouldn't have been able to see it anyway. they're awesome and half the time the video is usually better than what you see in person, anyway, just because you can never get that angle of the solar eclipse, it's hard to look at the sun. but we're going to see a lot of sunshine in parts of the southwest today. it is looking like temperatures will warm up nicely, it's 61 in l.a., 55 in las vegas, about 41 in seattle, where it has been extremely unsettled. but the wind and the waves from the big storm over the weekend, those have finally eased and it does look like we'll see a couple of showers instead. we're seeing a
it would allow a non-fda proved vaccine. the vaccine has not officially been approved for use in t u.s., but t school says th cdc remmended this plan. seven casesf the re strain have been confirmed sincemarch, the most recent just last week. none fatal. r a look at the weather, nbc meteorologist bill karins. >> good morning. >> good morning to you. we h concerns of rain, or maybe some -- >> yeah, rn in the forecast in safrancisco, and w kind of thought maybe it would beere by now. >> no? >> napa got some rain, oer ars. >> nothere? >> , not in the downtown area, and the rar doesn't look promising now. you can see the radarecho, greens and blues in the mounins, but not down inhe bay. there is still hope. there is rain out ther a big chunk of the rain went too far t the north. eureka got gd rains, cscent city, and the higher elevations in t sierra, and some snow towards thepeaks. the ason i say we'reot done, look at the isture, just a moisture feed coming off the pacific. a big zonal flow, and all of that is still going to have s targetn the san francisco, california, northern area. and t
is possible in exchange for lifted sanctions. the p-5-plus-1 is working with them, but the deal from u.s. allies, saudi arabia and israel. comments french president -- says the it complicates the talks. benjamin netanyahu says a real solution is needed. netanyahu met wednesday with russian president vladimir putin who want as mutually acceptable resolution. vice president joe biden urges lawmakers to hold off on passing any more iran sanctions which could jeopardize the delicate talks. >>> a lawmaker will be back at work after she was attacked feet from capitol hill. new york congresswoman grace ming called herself a tough girl from queens. when she was walking home from dinner tuesday, someone knocked her out from behind and stole her purse. the congresswoman accounted herself lucky in this case, saying she suffered a bump on the head and bruise on her chin. >> luckily, i don't really carry that much cash on me. i had my cell phone and my credit card and i.d. in my coat pocket. so none of that was taken, thankfully. >> doctors say all tests came back normal. as for the congresswoman, sh
for shopping that starts with staying connected. >> sometimes we use the target app to download coupons. >> reporter: and include social media. >> i have seen this cart wheel app on my facebook a lot. >> reporter: they say make a list of what you are buying for whom, sign up for e-mail alerts and research before you shop. >> because there are so many deals coming from all these different sources it is hard to take advantage of them as they come. >> reporter: if your plans for holiday shopping means venturing no furtherer than the keyboard here is another tip. >> the majority of stores available in the store are available online. stores start early on thanksgiving morning. >> reporter: we are trying to help santa fulfill a child's wish list know the best deal on toys happen right before christmas. chris clackum, nbc news. >>> in florida the mother who put the state's controversial stand your ground law back in the spot light is free on bail. she was sentenced to 25 years for firing what she called a warning shot at her husband. the conviction was overturned by an appeals court. she was r
, if it happened here in the u.s. -- >> who knows. we hope it doesn't. >>> and arriving at the movies this weekend -- "thor" opens today along with "the book thief." george h.w. bush saw it yesterday an called it a truly wonderful movie. >>> prince william observed two surgeries yesterday up close at a hospital where he's president of the hospital foundation. his mother made a similar visit in 1982. >>> david beckham has been named "gq's" most stylish man. the 15th annual man of the year awards in berlin. >> predictable. >> yes. princess grace kelly's childhood home is no longer a castle. it's the subject of a cat hoarding investigation with 15 cats living inside the house. >> what's the number that gets to hoarding? >> above 4? 10? >> i don't know. >> justin bieber has been charged by brazilian police for his graffiti outing. he faces up to a year in prison or a fine. >>> and nbc has released its first promo for the live performance of "the sound of music" starring carrie underwood. take a listen. >> it feels so good. we're doing it live for the entire universe. it's going to be a lot of fun. >>>
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